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Woodlouse

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A woodlouse (plural woodlice), also known by many common names (see below) , is an isopod crustacean with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and ...

NaturePlus: What do woodlice eat

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May 19, 2010 ... British woodlice herbivores (plant-eaters) and generally eat dead or decaying vegetation. We have one species that lives on the seashore and ...

Cooking and eating woodlice (pillbugs) – a real bushcraft ...

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Jan 25, 2012 ... But I came face to face with a cooked woodlouse recently when we made a woodlandsTV .... Woodlice are therefore a far superior survival food.

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Jan 2, 2010 ... Eating Woodlice! Give them a try, they taste like prawns. NaturalBushcraft is a non-commercial organisation of friends sharing the knowledge ...

Gordon's Woodlice Care Sheet - The Earth Life Web

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An introduction to keeping woodlice for study and as pets. ... presence in a house has been considered as unlucky and any food they walked over as poisoned.

Woodlouse Recipes - Free Home Page

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I give no guarantees on the safety or suitablility of woodlice for consumption. If you use these ... These recipes have been provided by a "Wild Foods" enthusiast.

Foods for woodlice cultures - Caudata.org Newt and Salamander Forum

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I was thinking of starting a woodlice culture, and I noticed that a lot of the how-to guides recommend carrot/potato peelings (which is no ...

Potted Woodlice.... - HUNTER-GATHERING: wild & fresh food

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Mar 22, 2010 ... Why not eat insects? Potted Woodlice.... 1. I can understand washing salad to get rid of mud and grit, a none too pleasant texture on a crisp leaf, ...

What do woodlice eat? | TES Community

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Aug 23, 2007 ... Woodlice eat mostly decaying plant matter, but they can survive on paper if need be. NotGeoffrey ... woodlice? Perhaps I can start a food chain.

Your top 10 grow-your-own problems... Solved | BBC Good Food

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Woodlice like dark and damp places, so keep your strawberry plants tidy by cutting off dead leaves and remove anything nearby that they can hide and shelter ...

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Woodlouse (Oniscidea) - Animals - A-Z Animals - Animal Facts ...

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The woodlouse is not an insect but a crustacean, that has 14 parts to its body, which gives the woodlouse the ... Favourite Food: Decaying leaf and plant matter, .

the weird and wonderful world of woodlice! - UM Personal World ...

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Jun 25, 2003 ... Woodlice have learned to live with humans, making the most of our environment and the food and protection that it offers. They are an important ...

Woodlice and Psocids - Havering

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A woodlice has 14 legs and an outer shell called an exoskeleton. When ... months, people find their food cupboards have become infested by these tiny insects.